List of duck breeds

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This is a list of the breeds of domestic duck which have official recognition at national or international level.[1]

Most breeds of duck derive from the wild mallard, Anus platyrhyncos, while a small minority are descendants of the Muscovy duck, Cairina moschata. Duck breeds are normally officially recognized and described by a national body such as a ministry of agriculture. In some countries they may be recognized by groups of enthusiasts or breeders' associations, which may also draw up a breed standard. Among these are:

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Pomeranian ducks

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Rouen Clair duck

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Welsh Harlequin

References[edit]

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